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The Carlow Sentinal

Source: Pat Purcell Papers & Michael Purcell

Surnames: Beresford, Gough, M'Clintock-Bunbury, Queen Victoria.

Carlow Sentinel.

6th June 1896.

The Ladies Susan and Clodagh Beresford have left Curraghmore for London to join the Marchioness of Waterford.

General Sir Charles Gough, V.C., and Lady Gough have left Inislonagh near Clonmel for London.

Mrs M'Clintock-Bunbury, widow of the late Hon. J. W. M'Clintock-Bunbury, DL, of Moyle, County of Carlow, brother of Lord Rathdonnell, was married on Monday last at St. Mark's North Audley street, to the Baron Maximillian de Tuyll.

The Queen

Intimation has been given to the Court officials that, should her Majesty the Queen (who is now in better health than at any time during the past three or four years) be spared to complete the sixtieth year of her reign, on which she will enter next month, it is intended to mark the occasion by celebrations  similar to those of the Jubilee year.

Her Majesty left Windsor for Balmoral last evening.

Source: Michael Purcell 2013


Saturday, April 11, 1896.

Killiban Parish

     The Easter Vestry was held on Easter Tuesday, 7th inst. Rev. Richard Meredith, Incumbent, presided. H.B. Warren, J.P. was nominated Minister’s churchwarden, and Robert Dwyer parishioner’s churchwarden. The following were elected on the Select Vestry – Sir. A.C. Weldon, Bart., William A. Cooper, J.P., Humphry Fishbourne, Samuel Kidd, James Furney, Cuthbert Fetherstonhaugh, Samuel R. Carter, MA, Sidney Smith, Wm .J. Edge, Joseph Sixsmith, Isaac Langrell, and Wm. J. Fennell, Jnr. Sidesmen – S Kidd and Sidney Smith. Auditors of parochial accounts – R. Dwyer and James Furney, J.P.

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